Khloé Kardashian shows off unbelievable six-pack abs in swimsuit campaign
Reality star Khloé Kardashian has flaunted her toned abs in a new swim campaign for Good American’s collaboration with Body Glove. The collaboration, which offers adjustable swimwear to fit all body types, draws inspiration from Body Glove’s archive and features a range of ’80s swim silhouettes reimagined for modern women. Kardashian modeled a selection of the collection’s sporty, sexy suits, including the gold You Spin Me Swim Top ($75) and Shout Bikini Bottom ($69) and Time After Time Swimsuit ($115), as well as the hot pink Straight Up Bikini Bottom ($69). The collection launches on June 15.
Who designed the swimwear collection?
The collection is a collaboration between Good American and Body Glove.
What makes the swimwear collection unique?
The collection features adjustable elements to accommodate women of all shapes and sizes. It also offers re-created ’80s swimwear silhouettes updated for the modern woman.
Where can I buy the collection?
The collection will be available on the Good American website and other select retailers.
When does the swimwear collection launch?
The collection is set to launch on June 15.
Which celebrities have previously worn Body Glove swimwear?
The Kardashians, including Kris, Khloé, Kylie, Kim, and Kourtney, have all been seen wearing Body Glove swimwear. Kris Jenner has been a fan of the brand since the 1980s.
Swimsuit Campaign: Khloé Kardashian Flaunts Unbelievable Six-Pack Abs
Reality star Khloé Kardashian is turning heads in a new swimwear campaign for her Good American collaboration with Body Glove. The 38-year-old posed in a range of sporty yet sexy swimsuits ahead of the June 15 launch, showcasing the label’s range of “adjustable elements to fit women of all shapes and sizes.” Kardashian’s mother, Kris Jenner, is also a longtime fan of Body Glove swimwear and has been wearing its suits since the ’80s. The Kardashian family has frequently sported the label’s suits during tropical vacations, and Jenner took to social media this week to promote the Good American collaboration in a neon green pantsuit.